In what will be amazing news for sneakerheads, the Nike Kobe 10 “Peach Jam” is coming to stores later this month.
Considering that the brand bears his name, it’s not surprising that Michael Jordan gets some pretty nice kicks. Over the weekend, MJ debuted the never-before-seen Air Jordan XX9 Low in two colorways at his Flight School basketball camp – a clean white sneaker with a gum sole and a black colorway with a pattern that
Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden recently showed off his stunning brand new sneaker closet on his YouTube channel.
On Thursday, Converse unveiled the very first sequel to its long-standing classic – the Chuck Taylor All Star.
adidas and the Star Wars franchise teamed up earlier this year to provide customers with some pretty amazing Star Wars themed patterns for adidas’ customizable sneaker app – the #miZXFLUX Photo APP.
Back in 2012, 16-year-old Matthew Walzer wrote a letter to Nike asking them to consider making a shoe that could be put on and secured with one hand. The reason that Walzer took the time to personally write to Nike was because he lives with cerebral palsy which makes him unable to tie his own
Kanye West’s second sneaker under adidas, the Yeezy Boost 350, has been an unsurprising success story since the shoe was released late last month.
From July 10th through October 4th, the Brooklyn Museum will be holding an exhibit on the history of sneakers entitled “The Rise of Sneaker Culture.”
Last year, Reebok teamed up with rapper Kendrick Lamar and the pairing made a video that took people “on a journey through Kendrick’s hometown – Compton.”
Jordan Brand has quietly released the Jordan Jasmine with little of the hype that surrounds the brand’s retro line or its signature athletic models.
I'm doing some closet cleaning this morning and I have a lot of old shoes to give away. Be on the look out this week if you live in the Hartford area. A photo posted by Ray Allen (@rayn34) on Jun 30, 2015 at 6:25am PDT Ray Allen is a prodigious sneakerhead who has developed
Kanye West’s new low-top adidas Yeezy 350 Boosts were released this past weekend and promptly went flying off the shelves, with pairs now going for around $1,000 on eBay.